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What is a Boolean

5/25/2019 8:12:45 AM

Daniel Svobodin

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Boolean is a wrapper class of java.lang package....which wraps the value of primitive data type boolean in an object. Boolean contains two value true (1) and false (0) Boolean b = (Boolean) object. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.geeksforgeeks.org/java-lang-boolean-class-java/amp/ check this link to get more information.


Boolean used to say only true or false (1 or 0)


Well Boolean means to decide whether something is true or false. There are 2 types of bool expressions : 1 is true 0 is false Well more easily Class bool: part 1 : True part 2 : False Thanks


In Python there are two Boolean values: true and false created by comparing values using the equal to operator== that display True if the statement is true. Also using the not equal to operator!= Evaluating to true if the items being compared aren't equal, False if they are. Also display True or False when a statement using >, <, =<, or =>


True/False OR 1/0 (bitwise) 😶


The concept is the cornerstone of computer technology. It is what the technology DIGITAL, not analog.


It's a type of variable that can either be True or False.


Thank you!


A data type named after George Boole.


just true or false which is specified by 0(false) or 1(true) with the help of conditional operators.(<,>,=).


AND / OR / NAND / NOR is also part of Boolean Logic T and T = T is an example. Check out https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logic_in_computer_science


I kinda struggle with multiple T/F. For example, False and False. They are false themselves but its true that they both are false. Could somebody give some hint about perspective of programming logic?